7 years is long enough for even the biggest dreams to come true. Whatever your ambitions may be, we’ll be with you all the way.
A great car deserves a great warranty.
We’re confident that you’ll enjoy your Kia. All Kia vehicles have been designed and engineered to the highest safety and performance standards – giving you confidence and peace of mind. Kia subject all their vehicles to stringent quality checks before they leave the factory, which is then followed by a comprehensive dealer Pre-Delivery Inspection. This means that your new Kia has been thoroughly inspected and tested – before it’s delivered to you.
7 Year warranty across the range
With the introduction of the Kia ceed in 2007, Kia launched their industry leading 7 year warranty. Because of the trust they have in the quality of our vehicles, they then made their 7 year warranty available to the rest of our Kia models in 2010. So any new Kia registered on or after the 1st of January 2010 now has an incredible 7 year warranty. The warranty is a full 7 years from date of first registration OR to a maximum of 100,000 miles (whichever occurs first). For the first three years of the warranty, the mileage is unlimited.
1. Kia cars are built according to the highest automotive industry manufacturing standards. It’s this exceptional quality that gives Kia the confidence to offer the longest new car cover in Europe.
2. Kia is the only manufacturer in Europe to offer a 7 year warranty across the range.
3. The warranty is transferable to later owners. This means a 3 year old Kia will still have the remaining warranty longer than many of our competitor’s new cars.
4. Cost of maintaining your car will be lower with this generous offer and resale value is likely to be higher.
5. In the unlikely event of a warranty claim, both parts and labour costs are covered for travel within Europe and your warranty is still valid.
If you would like to find out about the full terms of the 7 year warranty for our current models,
For more information surrounding Kia's pioneering 7 year warranty and also find a summary of the warranty cover for all our Kia car models,
Driven 27 times around the world
Tested to the limits
Did you know that before it was launched, the Kia Sorento was driven under the most extreme conditions for more than 1.1 million kilometres – the equivalent of going 27 times around the world. It’s a great example of our dedication to quality. All new Kia cars are verified by our Global Quality Centre against four key criteria.
Kia's quality criteria:
Driving Comfort - Optimisation of ride comfort, cabin insulation and steering stability
Zero Defect Quality - Electronic system performance and reliability in weather extremes
Emotional Quality - Evaluation of seat performance, ergonomic design of controls and sensory satisfaction
Durability - 1.1 million kilometres of testing in different conditions around the world
Committed to excellent craftsmanship
Aiming for the best ownership experience
For Kia, craftsmanship is the skill of turning innovative ideas into quality products. That’s why the manufacturing process is key to ensuring long-term customer satisfaction. At the Kia European factory in Slovakia, 400 employees use independently certified systems to ensure the quality of the vehicles you drive.
Highest quality standards - Kia cars are built according to the highest automotive industry manufacturing standards. This exceptional quality gives Kia the confidence to offer the longest new car cover in Europe.
Transferable to next owner - The warranty is transferable to later owners if the car was maintained regularly.
Peace of mind - Kia is the only car manufacturer in Europe to offer a 7-year/150,000 km warranty giving you complete peace of mind.
Higher resale value - The cost of maintaining your car will be lower with this generous offer and resale value is likely to be higher.
Europe-wide validity - Warranty is valid in over 20 European countries.
Defect coverage - Warranty covers any defect that can be attributed to a production or assembly fault during normal use. Defects resulting from normal wear and tear, such as the wear of your tires and brake pads, are not covered by the warranty.